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Anna Kadlec Papers, 1898-1988 | Eastern Kentucky University - Special Collections and Archives

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Title: Anna Kadlec Papers, 1898-1988Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Primary Creator: Kadlec, Anna (1893-1991)

Extent: 0.92 Cubic Feet

Date Acquired: 03/13/2002

Subjects: Addams, Jane, 1860-1935., Eastern Kentucky University--Faculty and staff., Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969., Kadlec, Anna, 1894-1991., Women social reformers--United States., Women social workers--United States.

Languages: English

Abstract

Anna Kadlec spent her career in social work. She worked closely with individuals like Jane Addams in the Chicago settlement house movement to improve social conditions for impoverished communities. Afterwards, she went on to study the employment of women in Chicago meat packing plants and to work as a teacher at Model.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Kadlec Papers contain information pertaining to the settlement house movement in Chicago during the early twentieth century; in particular, the University of Chicago Settlement House. In addition, the researcher will find information about Miss Mary McDowell, who was an early advocate of the settlement house movement in Chicago. In this collection the researcher will find various pamphlets and articles from Anna's days as a student at the University of Chicago. The collection includes pamphlets published by the Juvenile Protection Association of Chicago, personal collection, business correspondence related to Morris Packing Company and newspaper clippings relating to Miss Mary McDowell, Jane Addams and the settlement house movement. A unique item in the collection is a photograph of Dwight Eisenhower when he was a 2nd Lt. and a Tactical Officer in the Mexican Border Control, dated 1916.

Collection Historical Note

Anna Koutecky was born in Chicago on August 9, 1894, the first child of an immigrant couple from Czechoslovakia. In 1923 Anna married Frank Kadlec (1889-1938), a physician at Chicago's Jackson Park Hospital. They had two children, Nancy and Bonnie. (You will find more on Anna Koutecky Kadlec's life in the biographical file, f.19.) Anna worked at the University of Chicago Settlement House. With her knowledge of five languages, she quickly caught the eye of Mary McDowell, and became Miss McDowell's assistant. While at the settlement Anna also worked closely with Jane Addams of Hull House. Anna claimed that Addams and McDowell were training her to take over the Settlement House. During this time period she also attended the University of Chicago. Upon graduation, Anna received a fellowship to study the employment of women in the meat packing industry at Morris Packing Company in Chicago. Ms. Koutecky was then employed in industrial relations for the same company from 1918- 1923. Following her marriage, she took some time off to raise her children but later received her teaching certification and went back to work as a teacher at the Betsy Ross School in the 1930s. Mrs. Kadlec then went to the Tonti School in Chicago where she taught until 1960. In 1960, Anna moved to Richmond, KY where she taught at the Miller School for a year. She then taught at the EKU Model School for four years. Anna lived in Richmond until her death on August 30,1991 at age 97.

Subject/Index Terms

Addams, Jane, 1860-1935.
Eastern Kentucky University--Faculty and staff.
Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969.
Kadlec, Anna, 1894-1991.
Women social reformers--United States.
Women social workers--United States.

Administrative Information

Repository: Eastern Kentucky University - Special Collections and Archives

Acquisition Source: Runck, Nancy

Acquisition Method: gift

Other Note: Photographs were initially numbered with the accession number; however, a decision was made to change to collection number. The database was changed, but the numbers written on the images were not changed.


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Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: My Autobiography, by Anna Koutecky-Kadlec, 1914Add to your cart.
Anna was twenty years old when she wrote this autobiography for her English class while she attended the University of Chicago. In it she describes the changes that the city of Chicago had endured in the previous twenty years and focuses on her education from the time she was in the sixth grade through her senior year of high school. Anna also includes the people who most influenced her early life. (1 item)
Folder 2: Lake High School English Notebook, 1910Add to your cart.
This item contains various homework assignments from her high school English class. There are summaries of various works of literature, in addition to a list of words and their definitions toward the end of the notebook. (1 item)
Folder 3: Personal WritingsAdd to your cart.
Anna was fascinated with creative writing, so you will find various pieces written while she was at University of Chicago. In addition to writings from her English class, you will find an example of a weekly history report. (8 items)
Folder 4: University of Chicago, 1916-1922Add to your cart.
Various pamphlets and articles including "Star and Circle" 1922, "The Convocation Ode" 1916, General program for Convocation of 1916, "Hell's Bells" alumni magazine. The "Star and Circle" is the publication of Delta Sigma Club of the University of Chicago. It was annually published by the alumni of this organization. "The Convocation Ode" was published to mark the quarter-centennial of the University of Chicago. The general program for the Convocation of 1916 describes the days events for the celebration of the quarter-centennial of the University of Chicago. "Hell's Bells" was published by the University of Chicago as a newsletter that listed alumni and had an update of their lives. (9 items)
Folder 5: Personal Correspondence, 1916-ca 1970Add to your cart.
Letters, postcards and business cards. The letters and postcards are from people who Anna met through the settlement house or through her job with Morris Packing Company. There are personal letters from people who worked at the various branches of Morris Packing Company. There are postcards that depict places such as the "Mohawk Trail through the Berkshires, Massachusetts," the "Southern Cambria Trolley and Pennsylvania Limited Rounding Curve," "Presbyterian Church, Decatur, Indiana," and the "Henry Booth House, Chicago, 1898-1909." There is also a postcard from the White House that is apparently responding to a letter of encouragement that Anna had sent to President Nixon. (16 items)
Item 215: Postcard of the Henry Booth House in Chicago, IL, 1918Add to your cart.
Item 216: Postcard of the Presbyterian Church of Decatur, IN, 1920Add to your cart.
Item 217: Postcard showing the Scene Between Johnstown and Ebensburg, Pennsylvania, Southern Cambria Trolley and Pennsylvania Limited Rounding Curve, 1920Add to your cart.
Item 218: Souvenir Postcard of the Famous Mohawk Trail through the Berkshires, MA, 1919Add to your cart.
Item 219: Anna Kadlec's University of Chicago Alumni Association Card, 1923caAdd to your cart.
Item 220: Hotel Statler in St. Louis, MO, 1919Add to your cart.
Item 221: Boston, MA Public Library, 1919Add to your cart.
Item 222: Charity Hospital in New Orleans, LA, 1920Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Newspaper clippings, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopies of clippings pertaining to Mary McDowell, Jane Addams, and from The Daily Maroon, 1917. Articles include information about the death of Miss Mary McDowell and Jane Addams' Hull House. The Daily Maroon was the official newspaper of the University of Chicago. It seems that the particular articles from The Daily Maroon found in this collection are dealing with a dance at the University of Chicago. (12 items) Note: Full Issues of The Daily Maroon are available in microform through the University of Chicago Library.
Item 1: Jane Addams? Hang the traitor! many criedAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Item 2: Mary M'Dowell is Dead; Loved by ImmigrantsAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Folder 7: Personal PamphletsAdd to your cart.
The Mingler, "The Blackfriars," "The Annual Spring Festival of All Souls Church and Abraham Lincoln Centre" program, "Summer Outings in Chicago via Elevated Railroads," and "Princess Theatre." These pamphlets are mostly programs from theater performances that Anna likely attended. (5 items)
Folder 8: Souvenir Program of Chicago Day at the Fair, October 9, 1893Add to your cart.
This program was from the Worlds Fair that was held in Chicago in 1893. The program details the days events and a parade that was conducted on October 9, 1893. (1 item)
Folder 9: University of Chicago Settlement House, 1919-1944Add to your cart.
Programs and pamphlets including several articles written by Mary McDowell. One pamphlet commemorates "Fifty Years at the University of Chicago Settlement, 1894-1944," includes information about how the settlement house was founded and the duties and responsibilities of the University of Chicago Settlement. A brief itinerary of a University of Chicago Settlement "Cooperative," May 9, 1919. An informal program of a memorial service for Mary McDowell, November 29, 1936. (10 items)
Folder 10: ProhibitionAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Anti-Saloon League Letter, 1917Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A letter to the Anti Saloon League from a concerned mother, wife and citizen. In this letter Mrs. Mary Petty states how drinking greatly influences her husband and son so much that she fears they will become drunkards.
Item 2: Water Wagon ClubAdd to your cart.
This document illustrates men's attitudes toward temperance. These men are members of the "Water Wagon Club" which promotes temperance. This document illustrates the decline of alcohol sales since the founding of this club that over two thousand men are members. These men work for the Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad Company.
Folder 11: Settlement House Movement in ChicagoAdd to your cart.
Pamphlets give information about other settlement houses in Chicago; the Henry Booth House and the Chicago Commons. The third item is a pamphlet that shows how the Ford Motor Company supports education. (3 items)
Folder 12: Immigration and Citizenship for NaturalizationAdd to your cart.
One pamphlet is entitled "Report of the Immigration Committee of the Women's Trade Union League of Chicago, from July 15, 1907 to April 1, 1908." Also included is a pamphlet distributed at Hull House, "Lessons in Citizenship for Naturalization" by Charles P. Schwartz. (3 items)
Item 1: Report of the Immigration Committee of the Women's Trade Union League of Chicago, 1907-08Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Folder 13: Settlement House Movement in Chicago, 1917-1932Add to your cart.
One pamphlet, "Christopher House" (1918), contains the annual report for the Christopher House Association of the First Presbyterian Church of Evanston. A pamphlet very similar to the Christopher House pamphlet is one that contains the annual report for the "Greenwich House" (1917) in Chicago. Another pamphlet is from the Chicago Normal College, and is entitled "Handbook for the information and Guidance of Students" (1931-1932). It seems to be very similar to an undergraduate catalog that describes different major requirements and general knowledge of the University. (3 items)
Folder 14: Housing Conditions and University of Chicago SettlementAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Chicago Housing Conditions: Among the Slovaks of the Twentieth Ward, 1914Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Item 2: Our House & NeighborsAdd to your cart.
Booklet describing the services of the the University of Chicago Settlement.
Folder 15: Social Services PamphletsAdd to your cart.
Relating to living conditions and child labor in Chicago. Many of these pamphlets were printed by the Juvenile Protective Association. They deal with child labor and the welfare of children, also with general crime in the Chicago area. There is one pamphlet dealing with food conservation, and one dealing with the garbage problem in Chicago, and the Women's vote. There are also pamphlets that contain information about playgrounds for children, a pamphlet from The Chicago Kindergarten Institute, a pamphlet from the Northwestern University Settlement, Chicago, entitled "The Neighbor," and an annual report for the Olivet Institute in Chicago.(14 items)
Item 1: Baby Farms in Chicago, 1917Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Item 2: Chicago Children in the Street Trades, 1917Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Folder 16: Hull House Yearbook, 1916Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Contains information about Jane Addams' Hull House. The yearbook contains information about services and activities offered at Hull House as well as the activities and services available to men. (1 item)
Folder 17: Morris Packing CompanyAdd to your cart.
Statistics on families in need who worked for Morris Packing Company Anna's job included providing social services for the workers of Morris Packing Company. The statistics here are those gathered for Anna's work that would enable her to provide provisions for the families during winter months, especially Christmas. There are also documents that tell of community events that were contributed to by the company. (14 items)
Folder 18: Morris Packing CompanyAdd to your cart.
Correspondence with executives and other material pertaining to the Morris Packing Company. The letters contain information about different requests that Anna made to the company executives. There are also business replies to Anna regarding things that she had requested.(19 items)
Folder 19: Biographical InformationAdd to your cart.
Anna's obituary from the Richmond Register. Articles written about Anna Kadlec and her work as a social work reformer in Chicago while she worked for Morris Packing Company. Information in this folder explores the life of Anna Kadlec. Gives great insight to the accomplishments that were achieved by Anna's dedication. (7 items)
Item 1: Anna Kadlec Obituary, 1991Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Folder 20: Nancy Kadlec, 1943Add to your cart.
The folder includes a high school educational experience summary dated 24 June 1943, a copy of an acceptance letter to Michigan State College as a veterinary student, and a piece of literature written by Nancy. (4 items)
Folder 21: Mary McDowellAdd to your cart.
Information from the Chicago Historical Society about Mary McDowell, includes finding aid for the Mary McDowell collection that is owned by the Chicago Historical Society. Mary McDowell was a very influential person in the settlement house movement in Chicago. For more information about Mary McDowell, consult the Chicago Historical Society. (3 items)
Box 2: PhotographsAdd to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
Item 1: Interior of the Settlement School at 4638 S. Ashland, which was its first location in Chicago, 1892Add to your cart.
Item 2: 47th and Ashland in Chicago, showing George J. Cooke Company (brewery) and Greenwald's Furniture, 1892Add to your cart.
Item 3: Men going to work in a meat packing house in Chicago, IL, 1910Add to your cart.
Item 4: Shanty Boat in Chicago on Lake Michigan, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 5: Archer Avenue in the Bridgeport area of Chicago, showing gypsy tents. "Mayor Daley's neighborhood. Houses were below street level.", 1905caAdd to your cart.
Item 6: The Lake Park Avenue Bus in Chicago, IL. "Early stockyard executives lived on the street.", undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 7: Kindergarten children playing in Chicago, 1906Add to your cart.
Item 8: Apartment above a saloon in Chicago, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 9: Busload of boys in Chicago, some holding U.S. flags, 1917Add to your cart.
Item 10: University of Chicago Settlement School, undatedAdd to your cart.
Children playing in a sandbox at the South Park Playground.
Item 11: Anna Kadlec with children on the playground at the University of Chicago Settlement School, 1917 Jul 02Add to your cart.
Item 12: Anna Kadlec with children on the playground at the University of Chicago Settlement School, 1917 Jul 02Add to your cart.
Item 13: Anna Kadlec (at the slide) with children on the playground at the University of Chicago Settlement School, 1917 Jul 02Add to your cart.
Item 14: Mother's club at the University of Chicago Settlement School, 1917 Jul 02Add to your cart.
Item 15: Mother's club at the University of Chicago Settlement School, 1917 Jul 02Add to your cart.
Item 16: Children on the playground at the University of Chicago Settlement House, 1917Add to your cart.
Item 17: Boys waiting at the water fountain on the University of Chicago Settlement  House playground, 1917caAdd to your cart.
Item 18: A match baseball game at the Hull House in Chicago, IL, 1908Add to your cart.
Item 19: Planting trees on the playground at the University of Chicago Settlement School, 1902Add to your cart.
Item 20: Children playing on the playground at the University of Chicago Settlement School, 1899Add to your cart.
Item 21: University of Chicago Settlement House boys on a picnic, 1899Add to your cart.
Item 22: Decorating the Kindergarten Christmas tree at the University of Chicago Settlement House, 1899Add to your cart.
Item 23: Armour Meat Packing Plant from Ashland Ave in Chicago, IL, 1919caAdd to your cart.
Item 24: The McDowell Club at the University of Chicago Settlement House., 1899Add to your cart.
Item 25: A Christmas party at the University of Chicago Settlement House, 1911Add to your cart.
Item 26: Little girls making doll dresses at the University of Chicago Settlement House, 1900Add to your cart.
Item 27: Members of a Young Woman's Club at the University of Chicago Settlement House, 1902Add to your cart.
Item 28: Children listening to a story at the University of Chicago Settlement House, 1900Add to your cart.
Item 29: A boy and girl who were part of the University of Chicago Settlement House, 1915caAdd to your cart.
Item 30: The cast of the University of Chicago Settlement House production of the "Girls of '76", 1916 Feb 25Add to your cart.
Folder 2Add to your cart.
Item 31: A portrait of Mary McDowell, 1899Add to your cart.
Item 32: Mary McDowell with an unidentified  man and child, 1915caAdd to your cart.
Item 33: Two unidentified women (initials M.H.P. and A.H.) who sent this Christmas greeting to Miss Mary McDowell, "The manner of our growing old is the measure of our life.", 1908Add to your cart.
Item 34: A portrait of Mary McDowell inscribed to Anna Kadlec, 1929Add to your cart.
Item 35: A print of a Charles Sprague Pearce painting called "Religion" inscribed by Mary McDowell, 1899Add to your cart.
Item 36: A print of a Charles Sprague Pearce painting called "Labor" inscribed by Mary McDowell, 1899Add to your cart.
Folder 3Add to your cart.
Item 37: Members of the International Club at the University of Chicago., 1916Add to your cart.
Item 38: The University of Chicago men's choir in San Francisco. The name Schumann Hernck is written on the photo, 1916caAdd to your cart.
Item 39: Anna Kadlec holding a notebook on a Chicago street, 1916Add to your cart.
Item 40: Graduates from the University of Chicago Teachers College. Anna Kadlec is on the right., 1932Add to your cart.
Item 41: Women playing baseball on the University of Chicago baseball field, 1916Add to your cart.
Folder 4Add to your cart.
Item 42: Morris & Co. employees at a beach party on Calumet Beach, 1918 JulAdd to your cart.
Item 43: Morris & Co. employees at a beach party on Calumet Beach, 1918 JulAdd to your cart.
Item 44: Morris & Co. employees playing baseball at a beach party on Calumet Beach, 1918 JulAdd to your cart.
Item 45: Morris & Co. employees at a beach party on Calumet Beach, 1918 JulAdd to your cart.
Item 46: Morris & Co. employees in a company bus going to the woods, 1919 AugAdd to your cart.
Item 47: Morris & Co. employees in a company truck, 1919 AugAdd to your cart.
Item 48: Mary McDowell of the University of Chicago Settlement leading a Fourth of July Parade., 1913caAdd to your cart.
Item 49: Children watching at Fourth of July pie eating contest. The window in the store behind the children reads "Polish-American Colonization Co." The building on the right of the photograph has "Waiting Room" carved into the stone., 1913caAdd to your cart.
Item 50: Daughters of the American Red Cross in the University of Chicago Settlement Dining Room, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 51: Women from the Morris & Co. plant working in a Victory Garden near the University of Chicago Settlement, 1918Add to your cart.
Item 52: A postcard of the crowd watching the weekly outdoor movies at the University of Chicago Settlement., 1927Add to your cart.
Item 53: University of Chicago Settlement library with four women seated around a table, 1911caAdd to your cart.
Item 54: May Day Dance around the maypole., 1911caAdd to your cart.
Item 55: A group photo of the University of Chicago Settlement at Holiday Home, Lake Geneva. Bill Hibbs is the only person identified, but Anna Kadlec is circled in the third row, 1917Add to your cart.
Item 56: An unidentified man practicing for a play at Lake Geneva, 1917Add to your cart.
Item 57: An unidentified couple practicing for a play at Lake Geneva, 1917Add to your cart.
Item 58: An unidentified couple practicing for a play at Lake Geneva, 1917Add to your cart.
Item 59: An unidentified couple practicing for a play at Lake Geneva, 1917Add to your cart.
Item 60: Marianna Lobrozak and her great grandchild in Harbor Springs, MI, 1899 JulAdd to your cart.
Item 61: A Bohemian Sokol Band in full costume, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 62: Two Lithuanian sisters walking on a Chicago Street, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 63: A Slovak woman carrying a pack across the railroad tracks in South-side Chicago, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 5Add to your cart.
Item 64: Gypsies who visited the stock yard neighborhood in South-side Chicago, 1900caAdd to your cart.
Item 65: Gypsies who visited the stock yard neighborhood in South-side Chicago, 1900caAdd to your cart.
Item 66: Gypsies who visited the stock yard neighborhood in South-side Chicago, 1900caAdd to your cart.
Item 67: Gypsies who visited the stock yard neighborhood in South-side Chicago, 1900caAdd to your cart.
Item 68: Gypsies who visited the stock yard neighborhood in South-side Chicago, 1900 Oct 12Add to your cart.
Folder 6Add to your cart.
Item 69: Tombstones of Benjamin Franklin and John Read near Independence Hall in Philadelphia, PA, 1918 Jul 04Add to your cart.
Item 70: A view of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, PA, 1918Add to your cart.
Item 71: A woman standing at the entrance to Independence Hall in Philadelphia, PA, 1918 Jul 04Add to your cart.
Item 72: A view of a Philadelphia Street. [Ch]as. F. Wood Signs is the only legible business name., 1918Add to your cart.
Item 73: Two women and a man standing in  the water at the beach in Atlantic City, NJ with Garden Pier in the background, 1918Add to your cart.
Item 74: Two women standing in front of Bathing Headquarters of the National Conference Social Work Convention in Atlantic City, NJ, 1918Add to your cart.
Item 75: The Underwood Building at Garden Pier in Atlantic City, NJ, 1918Add to your cart.
Item 76: Two women and a man standing in  the water at the beach in Atlantic City, NJ with Garden Pier in the background, 1918Add to your cart.
Item 77: Four women leaning against small wooden boat on the beach in Atlantic City, NJ, 1918Add to your cart.
Item 78: Anna Kadlec on the beach at Atlantic City, NJ, 1918Add to your cart.
Item 79: Anna Kadlec on the beach at Atlantic City, NJ, 1918Add to your cart.
Item 80: Three unidentified women and a child on a hill overlooking Kansas City, MO, 1919 MarAdd to your cart.
Item 81: Three unidentified women and a child beside a wrought iron fence in Oklahoma City, OK, 1919 MarAdd to your cart.
Item 82: Three unidentified women on a hill overlooking Oklahoma City, OK, 1919 MarAdd to your cart.
Item 83: Anna Kadlec in a garden in Oklahoma City, OK, 1919 MarAdd to your cart.
Item 84: Anna Kadlec holding the niece of a nurse at the Morris & Co. plant in St. Joseph, MO and two unidentified women, 1918caAdd to your cart.
Item 85: Anna Kadlec holding the niece of a nurse at the Morris & Co. plant in St. Joseph, MO, 1917Add to your cart.
Item 86: A photo of the Morris & Co. plant in St. Joseph, Mo, 1917Add to your cart.
Item 87: Anna Kadlec standing in front of a brick wall with two nurses in St. Joseph, MO, 1918caAdd to your cart.
Item 88: Two unidentified women on a brick wall in St. Joseph, MO, 1918caAdd to your cart.
Item 89: Three unidentified women sitting on a brick wall in St. Joseph, MO, 1918caAdd to your cart.
Item 90: Anna sitting on a boat holding a baby in St. Joseph, MO, 1918caAdd to your cart.
Item 91: Anna Kadlec (left) and a member of the medical staff of Morris & Co., 1918caAdd to your cart.
Item 92: The medical staff at Morris & Co., 1918caAdd to your cart.
Item 93: Two of the girls from the bacon department at the Morris & Co. packing plant, 1920caAdd to your cart.
Item 94: Bill, Anna Kadlec's protector, two foremen and two superintendents of Morris & Co., 1919caAdd to your cart.
Item 95: Lines formed for payday which was usually on Tuesdays, 1919caAdd to your cart.
Item 96: Lines formed for payday which was usually on Tuesdays, 1919caAdd to your cart.
Item 97: Lines formed for payday which was usually on Tuesdays, 1919caAdd to your cart.
Item 98: Anna Kadlec. "Miss Kentucky," with the medical staff of Morris & Co., 1919caAdd to your cart.
Item 99: Frieda Russell (a nurse at Morris & Co.) and Mary Dugan (a secretary at Morris & Co.) dressed in costume for a play put on for the plant employees, 1919caAdd to your cart.
Item 100: The wife of a Morris & Company employee with their triplet babies, 1919caAdd to your cart.
Item 101: The baby of an unidentified Morris & Company employee, 1919caAdd to your cart.
Item 102: Mary Marganski and her six children, Stella, Marie, Victoria, Rosie, Helen, and Walter Marganski. The latter three are triplets born in 1920., 1921caAdd to your cart.
Folder 7Add to your cart.
Item 103: Cadet Sgt. Tom Blazina at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, 1946 JunAdd to your cart.
Item 104: 2nd Lt Dwight D. Eisenhower and his 7th Infantry Illinois National Guard troops as a tactical officer in the Mexican Border Service, 1916Add to your cart.
Item 105: 2nd Lt Dwight D. Eisenhower and his 7th Infantry Illinois National Guard troops as a tactical officer in the Mexican Border Service, 1916Add to your cart.
Item 106: 2nd Lt Dwight D. Eisenhower and his 7th Infantry Illinois National Guard troops as a tactical officer in the Mexican Border Service, 1916Add to your cart.
Item 107: A postcard depicting an aerial view of Camp Pike, Little Rock, AR, 1918Add to your cart.
Item 108: Postcard to commemorate Thomas Garrigue Masaryk's (President Liberator of Czechoslovakia) 110th anniversary with Masaryk postage stamps on back, 1937caAdd to your cart.
Folder 8Add to your cart.
Item 109: Anna Kadlec in her very first evening dress, 1917 MayAdd to your cart.
Item 110: Anna Kadlec (right) and an unidentified woman, both in long white coats, 1916Add to your cart.
Item 111: Anna Kadlec (right) and a woman named Josephine or Loretta in front of a car, 1916caAdd to your cart.
Item 112: Anna Kadlec in long white coat holding a hat, 1916caAdd to your cart.
Item 113: Anna Kadlec in long white coat wearing a hat, 1916caAdd to your cart.
Item 114: Anna Kadlec at home, 1916caAdd to your cart.
Item 115: Anna Kadlec holding flowers, 1917caAdd to your cart.
Item 116: Anna Kadlec standing in front of a school supply store, 1917caAdd to your cart.
Item 117: Anna Kadlec wearing her future husband, Frank Kadlec's World War I uniform, 1917caAdd to your cart.
Item 118: Anna Kadlec sitting on a bench, 1916Add to your cart.
Item 119: Anna Kadlec holding a book, 1917Add to your cart.
Item 120: Anna Kadlec in her cap and gown holding flowers, 1917caAdd to your cart.
Item 121: Anna Kadlec in cap and gown, 1917caAdd to your cart.
Item 122: Anna Kadlec in cap and gown in Chicago, IL, 1915Add to your cart.
Item 123: Anna and Frank Kadlec playing baseball, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 124: Anna Kadlec with Frank Kadlec in military uniform, 1918caAdd to your cart.
Item 125: Anna Kadlec with Frank Kadlec in military uniform, 1918caAdd to your cart.
Item 126: Anna and Frank Kadlec at their cottage in Mizpah Park Michigan, 1938Add to your cart.
Item 127: Anna and Frank Kadlec at their cottage in Mizpah Park Michigan, 1938 AprAdd to your cart.
Item 128: Frank Kadlec (back, left) and other army personnel on steps (Frank served in World War I), 1917caAdd to your cart.
Item 129: Frank Kadlec (left) with another soldier, 1917caAdd to your cart.
Item 130: Frank Kadlec (back row) and other army personnel on steps, 1917caAdd to your cart.
Item 131: Frank Kadlec in his military uniform, 1918Add to your cart.
Item 132: Frank Kadlec in his military uniform, 1918Add to your cart.
Item 133: Frank Kadlec in his medical office, 1920Add to your cart.
Item 134: Frank Kadlec's medical office in Chicago, 1920Add to your cart.
Item 135: Frank Kadlec at his cottage in Mizpah Park, MI, 1938 JulAdd to your cart.
Item 136: Frank Kadlec at his cottage in Mizpah Park, MI, 1938 JulAdd to your cart.
Item 137: Anna Kadlec and her mother, Anna Koutecky in Michigan, 1921Add to your cart.
Item 138: Anna Kadlec's mother, Anna Koutecky, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 139: Anna Kadlec's mother, Anna Koutecky, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 140: Anna Kadlec's father, Frank Koutecky, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 9Add to your cart.
Item 141: Anna Kadlec boarding the Olympia for a Christmas Cruise, 1958caAdd to your cart.
Item 142: Anna Kadlec and the Captain at the Captain's Dinner on a Christmas Cruise on the Olympia, 1958caAdd to your cart.
Item 143: Anna Kadlec and daughter, Bonnie, at Bonnie's graduation from the University of Oregon (Bonnie earned her Master's Degree from Oregon), 1972Add to your cart.
Item 144: Anna Kadlec in cap and gown with her dog Victoria, 1962Add to your cart.
Item 145: Anna Kadlec in cap and gown with her dog Victoria, 1962Add to your cart.
Item 146: Anna Kadlec in cap and gown, 1962Add to your cart.
Item 147: Anna Kadlec and Alice at the Mt. Pleasant Christian Church Homecoming eating watermelon, 1984 Jun 10Add to your cart.
Item 148: Anna Kadlec's Kentucky drivers license, 1982 JulAdd to your cart.
Folder 10Add to your cart.
Item 149: Anna Kadlec (front row, left) and the University of Chicago women's choir, 1916Add to your cart.
Item 150: Anna Kadlec (front row, fifth from the left) and the University of Chicago choir. They sang  every Wednesday morning at chapel services and on special occasions., 1916Add to your cart.
Item 151: Ty Cobb; Anna Koutecky and Frank Kadlec in Jackson Park, Chicago, IL, 1915 May 31Add to your cart.
Item 152: Ty Cobb; Anna Koutecky and Frank Kadlec in Jackson Park, Chicago, IL, 1915 May 31Add to your cart.
Item 153: Anna Kadlec (back row, left) with the Kadlec family, 1915 Jul 05Add to your cart.
Item 154: Anna Kadlec (left) and an unidentified woman with tennis racquets, 1915 Aug 18Add to your cart.
Item 155: Anna Kadlec, 1915 Jul 05Add to your cart.
Item 156: Anna Kadlec in a park with snow on the ground, 1915caAdd to your cart.
Item 157: Anna Kadlec in front of a mantle, 1913Add to your cart.
Item 158: Anna Kadlec peaking through leaves on a tree, 1913caAdd to your cart.
Item 159: Anna Kadlec and two unidentified women at Lake Geneva, 1913Add to your cart.
Item 160: Anna Kadlec and an unidentified woman at Lake Geneva, 1913Add to your cart.
Item 161: Anna Kadlec carrying books beside a water fountain numbered 98 in Chicago, IL, 1915 NovAdd to your cart.
Item 162: Anna (back row, right) and Frank Kadlec (back row, left) with three unidentified people, 1915 Jul 05Add to your cart.
Item 163: Anna and Frank Kadlec (right) with a group of people at a Lake Michigan beach party, 1915 Aug 22Add to your cart.
Item 164: Anna Kadlec (right) and another woman on the beach. Anna wrote "Chaplen and Kentucky" on the photo. She was nicknamed "Miss Kentucky" for her love of music by Stephen Foster, and the place that he wrote his songs about, Kentucky., 1915 Jul 05Add to your cart.
Item 165: Anna and Frank Kadlec (on the left) with a group at a Lake Michigan beach party, 1915 Aug 22Add to your cart.
Item 166: Anna Kadlec (second from right) with three other women at a Lake Michigan beach party, 1915 Aug 22Add to your cart.
Item 167: Two women in front of a pier on a Lake Michigan beach, 1915 AugAdd to your cart.
Item 168: Anna Kadlec (back row, third from left) and Frank Kadlec (back row, fourth from left) with a group of unidentified people, 1914 JulAdd to your cart.
Item 169: Anna (third row, right) and Frank Kadlec (second row, right) with a group of unknown people holding a banner that reads "Zenith Socials", undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 170: Anna Kadlec and Meyer Schulman at Jackson Park in Chicago, IL, 1915 JunAdd to your cart.
Item 171: Anna Kadlec and Barney Greenspan on a Moonlight Excursion on Lake Michigan. The boat is the Theodore Roosevelt of the Michigan and Chicago Line STMR's., 1915 Jun 24Add to your cart.
Item 172: Anna Kadlec (right) with an unidentified group on a Moonlight Excursion on Lake Michigan. The boat is the Theodore Roosevelt of the Michigan and Chicago Line STMR's., 1915 Jun 24Add to your cart.
Item 173: Anna Kadlec (bottom row, fourth from left) with group of unidentified people at a Lake Michigan beach, 1916caAdd to your cart.
Item 174: Anna Kadlec (right) with two women "on the fence", 1916 Jun 25Add to your cart.
Item 175: Anna Kadlec (third from right) with a group of unidentified women on a Lake Michigan beach, 1916 JunAdd to your cart.
Item 176: Anna Kadlec (right) and three unidentified people on the tennis courts, 1916 Jun 25Add to your cart.
Item 177: An unidentified woman on a Lake Michigan beach, 1916 May 28Add to your cart.
Item 178: Frank Kadlec playing tennis, 1916 Jun 25Add to your cart.
Item 179: Anna Kadlec (left) and three unidentified people, 1916 JunAdd to your cart.
Item 180: An unidentified couple with a tennis racquet, 1916 Jun 25Add to your cart.
Item 181: Anna and Frank Kadlec (right) on tennis courts in Chicago, IL with another couple, 1916 Jun 25Add to your cart.
Item 182: Three women in bathing suits on a Lake Michigan beach, 1916 Aug 20Add to your cart.
Item 183: Frank Kadlec and two unidentified women on a Lake Michigan beach, 1916 Aug 20Add to your cart.
Item 184: An unidentified group of women and children in a field in Chicago, IL, 1916 Aug 27Add to your cart.
Item 185: An unidentified group of women and children in Chicago, IL, 1917caAdd to your cart.
Item 186: Anna and Frank Kadlec (standing, right) with a group of unidentified people on the shore of Lake Michigan in Chicago, IL, 1916Add to your cart.
Item 187: Anna and Frank Kadlec (standing, right) with a group of unidentified people on the shore of Lake Michigan in Chicago, IL, 1916Add to your cart.
Item 188: Frank Kadlec and an unidentified man, 1915 Jul 05Add to your cart.
Item 189: Bill, Pat and Anna Kadlec (right), undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 190: Anna Kadlec (right) and a woman in a Navy uniform on an ivy covered footbridge, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 191: Anna Kadlec (right) and Ann on an ivy covered footbridge, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 192: Anna Kadlec (center) swinging with two women, one of whom is wearing a Navy uniform., undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 193: Anna Kadlec with a squirrel on her shoulder, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 194: Anna Kadlec (right) with two unidentified women, 1917 Jan 01Add to your cart.
Item 195: Woman on front steps of a building, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 196: Anna Kadlec and unidentified woman sitting on a front stoop, 1917 May 10Add to your cart.
Item 197: Anna Kadlec (left), Frank Kadlec and two unidentified women posing in a window., 1917 Jun 10Add to your cart.
Item 198: Anna Kadlec (standing, left) and three unidentified young women, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 199: "Them last days in Rosie." Anna Kadlec (right) and an unidentified woman sitting in a window, 1917 JunAdd to your cart.
Item 200: Anna Kadlec (left) and Celia sitting in a window, 1917 JunAdd to your cart.
Item 201: Anna Kadlec outside reading in Chicago, IL, 1917 JunAdd to your cart.
Item 202: The last picnic of Anna Kadlec's college days, showing two women on a playground slide, 1917caAdd to your cart.
Item 203: Anna Kadlec (left) and woman in front of what is probably a Ford Model T Touring car, 1917caAdd to your cart.
Item 204: Anna Kadlec (bottom, left) with her University of Chicago Delta Sigma sorority sisters, 1917Add to your cart.
Item 205: Patsey in cap and gown, probably at University of Chicago graduation., 1917caAdd to your cart.
Item 206: An unidentified group of women sitting on bleachers in Chicago, 1916 JunAdd to your cart.
Item 207: Frank Kadlec (right) and an unidentified man, "Fat and Slim", 1917 JunAdd to your cart.
Item 208: Anna Kadlec on a boat in Lake Michigan, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 209: Anna Kadlec in cap and gown at her University of Chicago graduation., 1917 JunAdd to your cart.
Folder 11Add to your cart.
Item 210: Anna Kadlec and Mrs. Pierce (left) who was in charge of the Kansas City Employment Office., 1918Add to your cart.
Item 211: A group of young women and one young man with bouquets of daisies., 1911Add to your cart.
Item 212: A woman on the top of a cliff above a lake or ocean., undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 213: Anna Kadlec (top right) with an unidentified group of children., undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 214: A group of unidentified young men and women taken in Chicago, IL., 1911Add to your cart.
Item 223: Jackson Park Picnic, 1915Add to your cart.
Item 224: Jackson Park Picnic, 1915Add to your cart.
Item 225: By the Beautiful Sea, 1915Add to your cart.
Tom and Pat
Item 226: CousinsAdd to your cart.
l-r: Mr. Burkett (friend) Albie, Roy (two in one), Hazel, Bertha, (sister)
Item 227: Hockey Club, ca 1915Add to your cart.
Girls on a bleacher, some in gym clothes.
Item 228: Cleveland Cousins, ca 1915Add to your cart.

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